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This week’s highlighted question gets to another visualization problem. Again, people are generating cool new data types in a large scale that need ways to view the results. And it’s not a type of visualization I’ve seen much about, so I was interested to see what the answer might be. But if you have other suggestions, do bring them over to the thread.
I’m looking for a way to view genomic interactions data generated by ChIA-pet or chromosome conformation capture technologies. I’m not interested in circos plots or heat maps, I want an interactive genome browser solution. For an example of what I’m looking for check out the browser shots this paper: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0092867411015170
There was a selected answer and it might suit the purpose, but seems like there is room for more options. Bring ‘em if you got ‘em.